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The Federal Risk Management Process Training Program (RMPTP) certifies students on the Risk Management Process course of instruction and the Risk Management Process Tool. Both of which are the first to be certified by the Interagency Security Committee (ISC). Students develop the ability to prepare accurate federal facility risk assessments utilizing The Risk Management Process: An Interagency Security Committee Standard.
Participants will master how to determine a Facility Security Level, identify a baseline Level of Protection, assess risks, determine the Necessary or Highest Achievable Level of Protection, and implement customized Countermeasures. Participants will also master how to determine threat, vulnerability and consequence utilizing the Design-Basis Threat Report.
Risk Management Process Tool
Participants receive the first ISC certified and approved Risk Management Process Tool designed to automate the process of calculating facility security levels and identifying the relevant countermeasures associated with various types of threats. Updates to the tool are provided at no extra charge.
Who Should Attend
Practitioners involved in the risk management decision-making process for the security of a facility and practitioners who participate in the development of security countermeasures, to include: Security Officials; Chairpersons; Facility Security Committees; Real Estate Acquisition Specialists; Federal Security Supervisors and Managers; and others involved with Federal facility acquisition, construction, and renovation projects.
The Federal RMPTP provides a path for security practitioners to understand risk assessment methodologies and processes that can then be applied for compliance purposes. The team’s goal is to provide federal facility risk assessment training to all agencies to empower them to establish timelines for phased compliance metrics and successfully meet compliance requirements.
The Oregon FEB , FEMA, and GSA have partnered since 2004 to coordinate an emergency preparedness working group in the region, called the Crisis Continuity Coalition (C3). Regularly scheduled meetings occur every three months on the fourth Wednesday. Federal professionals in Oregon and SW Washington with responsibilities for emergency management, security, safety, human resources, facilities, records management, procurement and public information are welcome to participate.